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Indefinite causal order is not always a resource for thermodynamic processes

  title={Indefinite causal order is not always a resource for thermodynamic processes},
  author={Matheus Capela and Harshit Verma and Fabio Costa and Lucas Chibebe C'eleri},
Indefinite causal order is a key feature involved in the study of quantum higher order transformations. Recently, intense research has been focused on possible advantages related to the lack of definite causal order of quantum processes. Quite often the quantum switch is claimed to provide advantages in information-theoretic and thermodynamic tasks. We address here the question whether indefinite causal order is a resource for quantum thermodynamics. Inspired by previous results in the literature… 



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